Altimeter? Compass? Lunar cycles?

Posted 8 years ago by Evan Tishuk

Do you wear a wrist watch? Does it have a ton of functions that you never use? How many serious diving enthusiasts are there that need to know what time it is at 250 feet? That's seven questions (including the headline) and a statement (and maybe a new blogging format).

6 Comments

Lord ~ 8 years ago

My watch is carefully synced to the subtle oscillation of a distant grain of silicon-carbonate located approximately 300 million light years left of my current location on Earth at any given moment. The time keeping device creates a miniature stable wormhole through which the oscillations are transmitted.

hahahaha . . . no I'm just joking, I bought this piece of junk at Wal-Mart.

Jim F. ~ 8 years ago

I'm sporting a bare bones Fossil watch that I've had since my senior year of high school. Didn't want anything fancy (or to pay for it). Although I must admit, it was at one time almost perfectly in sync with the Tillman clock.

Susan ~ 8 years ago

I have to admit, unless I'm doing time studies (and thankfully I think those days are behind me) I'm a form-over-function girl when it comes to watches. I bought a new one last month based on looks, and was delighted that it had a secondhand.

Bear ~ 8 years ago

I recently got back into watch wearing after years and years of using cell phone as my pocket watch.

I must say the hardest part was finding a simple but good looking watching. Drives me crazy. I don't even want the date. Just the time.

Evan Tishuk ~ 8 years ago

Oddly enough, I had a conversation last night with an acquaintance and his wife who are both avid divers. Meg and I were invited to take a diving class at Lake Jocasee.

Jim F. ~ 8 years ago

I hear that wrist-sundials are making a comeback.

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